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All Music Guide - Jason Birchmeier
The final album of the Chris Barnes era, The Bleeding continues the trajectory Cannibal Corpse had established during their early-'90s heyday, that being a progressively over-the-top approach to gore-themed death metal that pushed the envelope in every imaginable way, from cover art to song titles to the music itself. The cover art here, as usual, speaks for itself, as do elaborate song titles like "Stripped, Raped, and Strangled," "Staring Through the Eyes of the Dead," and "Force Fed Broken Glass." Though it's probably obvious, it's worth noting for novices that this stuff isn't for the lighthearted and shouldn't be taken too seriously, even if songs titles like "She...
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Editorial Reviews

All Music Guide - Jason Birchmeier
The final album of the Chris Barnes era, The Bleeding continues the trajectory Cannibal Corpse had established during their early-'90s heyday, that being a progressively over-the-top approach to gore-themed death metal that pushed the envelope in every imaginable way, from cover art to song titles to the music itself. The cover art here, as usual, speaks for itself, as do elaborate song titles like "Stripped, Raped, and Strangled," "Staring Through the Eyes of the Dead," and "Force Fed Broken Glass." Though it's probably obvious, it's worth noting for novices that this stuff isn't for the lighthearted and shouldn't be taken too seriously, even if songs titles like "She Was Asking for It" perhaps go too far, even for this genre. However, it's the music itself that is perhaps most notable, or at least what should be, especially given the key addition of guitarist Rob Barrett in place of Bob Rusay, who co-writes a number of songs and plays on all of them. Ace producer Scott Burns gives the album a wonderful sheen that instantly sets Cannibal Corpse apart from most of the other death metal bands out there in 1994. The riffs absolutely grind, just as the rhythms pulverize and the vocals thunder. And it's indeed the thundering vocals of Barnes that make The Bleeding so special, definitely one of the standout death metal albums of the mid-'90s -- he's one of the best growlers in the business, and his subsequent departure to join Six Feet Under would be a gaping one, albeit one that wouldn't prevent Cannibal Corpse from lumbering on for many more years with their colorful madness.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 4/12/1994
  • Label: Metal Blade
  • UPC: 039841403725
  • Catalog Number: 14037
  • Sales rank: 3,728

Tracks

Disc 1
  1. 1 Staring Through the Eyes of the Dead (3:29)
  2. 2 Fucked with a Knife (2:14)
  3. 3 Stripped, Raped and Strangled (3:27)
  4. 4 Pulverized (3:31)
  5. 5 Return to Flesh (4:20)
  6. 6 The Pick-Axe Murders (3:04)
  7. 7 She Was Asking for It (4:33)
  8. 8 The Bleeding (4:20)
  9. 9 Force Fed Broken Glass (5:03)
  10. 10 An Experiment in Homicide (2:38)
  11. 11 The Exorcist (7:08)
  12. 12 Staring Through the Eyes of the Dead
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Album Credits

Performance Credits
Cannibal Corpse Primary Artist
Chris Barnes Vocals, Group Member
Chris Barns Vocals
Tob Barrett Guitar
Paul Mazurkiewicz Drums, Group Member
Jack Owen Guitar, Group Member
Alex Webster Bass, Group Member
Rob Barrett Guitar, Group Member
Technical Credits
Cannibal Corpse Producer
Chris Barnes Composer, Lyricist
Scott Burns Producer, Engineer, Mastering
Dennis Fura Producer
Vincent Locke Cover Art
Brad Vance Remastering
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    definitive death metal!!

    This is not only the best Chris Barnes-era album,it's probally Cannibal Corpse's best ever! The memorable guitar riffs explored on the last album,Tomb of the Mutilated are in spades on this one.If death metal got radio air-play like Metallica does,there would be several "hit songs" from this album.That's not saying this is a sell-out only that C.C. has perfected their craft.This is a must have for any metal fan!!

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